Analysis: Regulators should manage instability, not try to abolish it

01/24/2014 | Economist (tiered subscription model), The

Based on how regularly financial crises arise and how serious they can become, instability will probably always be a part of capitalism, according to The Economist. "That does not mean policymakers should give up trying to limit the damage (crises) cause," the magazine notes. "But it should make regulators careful when they try to stabilise the system."

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